I’ve just uploaded a new version of USB Disk Ejector. This release fixes inconsistencies with its handling of memory cards, changes the ‘bring to front’ hotkey so its a show/hide toggle and adds a /EJECTCARD switch to let you eject memory cards from the command line. The full list of changes can be seen in the … Read more
It doesn’t seem like it, but its been a rather terrifying 5 years since the last release of USB Disk Ejector. Version 18.104.22.168 adds an option to use the escape key to minimize the window, fixes problems with some rare drives that don’t have a mountpoint and stops compressing with UPX. The changes are described in more … Read more
Yet another small update for USB Disk Ejector. This one fixes a rare bug that could prevent custom card readers from being identified as a card reader when the program was first run. And again, many thanks to Bruce Lightfoot for spotting this. Download it here.
Another small update for USB Disk Ejector. This one improves error reporting to make it more informative and less scary. There shouldn’t be any “unknown error when ejecting” messages now. Again, many thanks to Bruce Lightfoot for spotting this. Download it here.
A small update to USB Disk Ejector today to fix a bug with the last version. If you hovered the mouse over the program when there was no drives inserted it would create an error. Many thanks to Bruce Lightfoot for spotting this. Download it here.
After 3 years and 6 beta versions I’m finally releasing a new stable version of USB Disk Ejector. I cant begin to put a number on how many hours I’ve spent working on this. Its now a much more comprehensive program than the old version – there are tons of new features and its much … Read more
[Edit] Beta 4 is now released see here. Its been almost 5 months since I said it was my intention to release new beta versions of USB Disk Ejector “as often as I can”. Sorry about that everyone, but 1.2 beta 2 is finally here. There has been a huge number of features added and bugs … Read more
[Update] USB Disk Ejector Beta 2 has now been released, click here for more information. I’m continuing to work on USB Disk Ejector when I get time. This post is just to let people know where I’m up to and keep you all informed. I’ve added many fixes and features since the last beta, these … Read more
As the observant among you may have noticed, I haven’t been releasing many updates to USB Disk Ejector recently. I am very busy at the moment and just haven’t had the time to work much on the app. I’ve been thinking recently, of fully open sourcing the app and putting it on Sourceforge. However I’m … Read more
[Update] USB Disk Ejector Beta 2 has now been released, click here for more information. I’ve had very little time to work on USB Disk Ejector lately. I’m still continuing to work on it when I get chance, I am aware though, that its been a while since the last release. With that in mind … Read more
I’ve just released another update to the USB Disk Ejector. Its a minor update and fixes a bug introduced in the previous version. If a computer had a network drive that was inaccessible then the program would produce an error message and wouldn’t show any USB drives. Version 1.1.2 fixes this. Many thanks to Michael … Read more
I’ve released a small, interim update to the USB Disk Ejector. It fixes a bug where the /Showeject switch was ignored when combined with /Removethis. In order to justify a new release I’ve also included two requested features. Firstly, proper Windows 2000 support. I know some people were disappointed that the old version didn’t work … Read more
Wow. I wasn’t expecting that. Over the last few weeks, various big sites linked to the USB Disk Ejector. Many thousands of people have now downloaded the program and I am thrilled at the thought that one of my programs is in use by people all over the world. Many thanks to those that have … Read more
Quick and Easy week comes to a close with the USB Disk Ejector. This was originally a program that I wrote for my own use and released just to see if anyone found it useful. Apparently people did and it was surprisingly popular. In response to user requests I’ve now beefed it up significantly. This … Read more